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“Age is just a number, and here’s the proof.” Americans live much longer than ever, and bad health is not an unavoidable part of the aging process. Using moderate research findings, we can disprove famous aging misunderstandings and alter the way we think about growing older. No one likes to get older—including doctors. Maybe that…

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“Long-distance caring creates difficulties. If you find yourself in a long-distance caregiving position, here’s an overview of things to remember.” Having strategies for long-distance caregiving for your aging parent(s) is essential to your well being. The helping hand of a family caregiver can really only reach this far. A family caregiver living nearer to a…

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In many American kids, mental and developmental disabilities are at their peak when a kid is growing. In 2002, 7% of American children were reported to have disabilities. In central Asian and European regions children having any kind of disability are vulnerable to many kinds of stigmas and discriminations, and they are often separated. It’s…

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Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia, symptoms of which grow severe enough to engender difficulties over time. Alzheimer’s is a general term used for dementia and a common cause of memory loss, and another cognitive disease. Its well-known risk factor is increasing age and most of the people who are suffering from it are of…

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5 Caregiver Tips “Recovery from a stroke can be a huge challenge in itself. The road to recovery is a long and tedious one that requires constant care and continued motivation.” After a loved one has a stroke, many people today choose to play the role of their caregiver rather than hire someone else to…

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Before Becoming Your Parent’s Caregiver… “As you prepare for caregiving duties, it is important to explore your own abilities and what you will be able to do for your parents.” As the healthcare profession uncovers new knowledge and builds up new therapies for diseases, more and more people live longer and more efficient lives. However, even…

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The brain being the energy-intensive organ and main control center of the body helps regulate every single function of our body whether it’s the lungs pumping oxygen to the blood, heart to beat, reducing inflammation and cellular stress which allows us to think and feel certain emotions properly. Every single part of the brain works…

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10 TIPS FOR SAFE MEDICATION MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR LOVED ONES “For those who require home care services, medication management is a necessary and important part of their daily routine.” The Importance of Proper Medicine Management The likelihood of problems arising when elderly people are left to manage their own medicines is high. According to health…

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Home Care in Greenville SC Seniors with their family at home avoid hospitalization

When is home care an option? Yes, home care has expanded in recent years to include a more full range of services – but what does that mean for you? Overall, it means home care might be an option for a larger number of patients, including those who need: help around the house (dishes, laundry,…

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Study Proves Home health Care Saves Lives and Money

Patients who receive home health care after a hospital discharge save the system about $6500 over the course of a year and home care. “Independently decreased the hazard of follow-up readmission and death,” according to a new study published in the American Journal of Medicine. The study looked at 64,541 patients, with 11,266 control patients…

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